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Deadline day LIVE! Transfer news and rumours: Fulham complete Broja signing, Veliz leaves Spurs

Hello and welcome to Sports Mole's live coverage of the latest transfer news and rumours from around the world of football on January transfer deadline day!

Stick with us below to keep up to date with all of today's transfer rumours and done deals.

Today's key events

  • Fulham agree Armando Broja loan

  • Spurs not planning Conor Gallagher bid on deadline day

  • Arsenal keeping tabs on Marcus Rashford

  • Real Madrid rule out Raphael Varane swoop

  • Real Madrid monitoring Virgil van Dijk situation

  • Crystal Palace complete Adam Wharton signing

  • Facundo Pellistri leaves Man United on loan for Granada

  • Newcastle sign Man City's Alfie Harrison

  • Aston Villa sign Morgan Rogers

  • Brighton send Mahmoud Dahoud on loan to Stuttgart

  • Nottingham Forest bring in Rodrigo Ribeiro



  • Man United 'willing to take enormous loss on 32-year-old this summer'

    Manchester United are reportedly prepared to make an "enormous loss" on one of their most experienced players in the summer transfer window.

    Since the arrival of minority owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe, United have been readying themselves for a period of transition ahead of 2024-25.

    As it stands, it remains unclear whether Erik ten Hag will still be in the dugout, despite the famous 2-1 victory over Manchester City in the FA Cup final on Saturday.

    Ratcliffe and the other members of the football operations hierarchy are said to be conducting an end-of-season review to decide whether or not to retain Ten Hag's services.

    Click here to read the full story.


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